USIT: A Concise Process for Creative Problem Solving
Toru Nakagawa (Osaka Gakuin University)
Presented at 37th Annual Conference of Japan Creativity Society 2015
|Posted on May 8, 2016|
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Editor's Note (Toru Nakagawa, May 5, 2016)
This paper was presented at the Japan TRIZ Symposium 2015 last year, as an oral talk in Japanese with slide projection in English and in Japanese in parallel (20 minutes talk + 5 minutes discussion).
Every year at Japan TRIZ Symposium, I have been presenting the progress of my research for one year to the audience who study/research/use TRIZ/USIT, in a manner as easy to understand as possible.
This paper was presented at the Annual Conference of the Japan Creativity Society last October. (Oral presentation of 30 minutes + Paper in the Proceedings.) Japan Creativity Society (JCS) is an academic society having the history of about 35 years and the wide scope of creativity and various creativity methods. Thus in this conference, I am trying to talk about the creative problem solving methodology in a wide scope. In the Japanese page, the paper (of 8 pages) in the Proceedings and the slides for presentation are posted both in HTML and in PDF.
The contents of the paper may be shown briefly:
2. The Six-Box Scheme: A new paradigm for creative problem solving
3. Possibilities for integrating various methods for creativity and innovation
4. USIT Process: Practical Execution of the Six-Box Scheme
5. USIT Case Studies described accordance to the USIT Manual
6. Concluding Remarks
The paper was revised later and published as a peer-reviewed paper in 'Journal of Japan Creativity Society' Vol. 19 (2015); the paper (in Japanese) will be posted in this home page in the near future.
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